Video On Demand

'Never Trust, Always Verify': Federal Migration to ZTA and Endpoint Security

June 16, 2022 • 2:30 – 3:45 pm EDT

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In the wake of high-profile data breaches, the U.S. government is working to modernize its cybersecurity efforts by establishing "zero trust" architecture. To assist the U.S. federal government's efforts to improve its cyber defenses and secure its endpoints, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) undertook a six-month research project focused on evaluating obstacles to implementing federal zero trust efforts and opportunities for accelerating the shift to better security.

Please join CSIS on June 16 at 2:30pm ET for a presentation on its newly released brief, "'Never Trust, Always Verify': Federal Migration to ZTA and Endpoint Security." The presentation will be followed by a discussion with expert panelists on the future of zero trust and how the federal government can better implement cybersecurity policies. 

This project was made possible by Tanium. 

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Emily Harding
Director, Intelligence, National Security, and Technology Program and Deputy Director, International Security Program
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Suzanne Spaulding
Director, Defending Democratic Institutions, and Senior Adviser, Homeland Security, International Security Program
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James Andrew Lewis
Senior Vice President; Pritzker Chair; and Director, Strategic Technologies Program
President & CEO, Cyber Threat Alliance; Former Cybersecurity Coordinator, NSC

Jeanette Manfra

Senior Director for Security and Compliance, Google; Former Assistant Director for Cybersecurity, CISA